By Grace Lieberman and Velvet Wahl | Thursday, April 2, 2020
PHOENIX – Valley Metro changes bus route schedules, Arizona State University moves graduation ceremonies online, and other news about the COVID-19 pandemic in the Grand Canyon State
By Lyle Goldstein | Wednesday, April 1, 2020
PHOENIX – Brett Hundley has always been a mobile quarterback, but he has used his passion for running to help him stay in football shape for most of his life.
By Jessica Myers | Wednesday, March 18, 2020
The Senate gave overwhelming approval Wednesday to a multibillion-dollar coronavirus relief bill, the second such bill in two weeks, and immediately turned its attention to a third bill that could have a $1 trillion price tag.
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
PHOENIX – A Republican plan to mitigate climate change would permanently grant tax breaks for businesses that reduce carbon emissions and purchase equipment with technology to capture emissions from the atmosphere. But is “direct capture” an effective tool?
By McKenzie Sadeghi | Monday, March 16, 2020
WASHINGTON - Business leaders pushed back Monday against a coronavirus relief bill the House passed over the weekend that calls for extended sick leave, as well as new funding for testing, school lunches, senior nutrition and more.
By Velvet Wahl | Thursday, March 12, 2020
PHOENIX – Arizona’s state universities are working to enroll more students in the Arizona Teachers Academy as Gov. Doug Ducey’s budget proposes more funding through the New Economy Initiative.
Tuesday, March 10, 2020
CRAIG, Colorado – Coal-fired power plants use millions of gallons of water, but as more of these plants are shut down, what will become of the water they draw from the overallocated Colorado River?
By Jesse Morrison | Thursday, Feb. 20, 2020
PHOENIX – Overuse is a huge problem in youth sports but it is also a big issue with WNBA players. However, the new CBA may help solve the issue.
By Jessica Myers | Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020
WASHINGTON - Arizona officials said Boy Scouting in the state will not be affected by the Boy Scouts of America's decision to file for bankruptcy Tuesday as the national group grapples with up to $1 billion in damages from decades of sexual abuse lawsuits.
By Jessica Myers | Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2020
WASHINGTON - A federal judge has overturned environmental permits for the proposed Rosemont Copper Mine, saying the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service failed to consider the mine's impact on several endangered species in the Santa Rita Mountains.
By Hannah Foote | Friday, Feb. 7, 2020
LOS ANGELES – California could be the first state to make its own generic drugs if the state legislature approves the governor’s recent proposal.
By Jessica Myers | Thursday, Feb. 6, 2020
WASHINGTON - Advocates told a House subcommittee Thursday that a Trump administration plan to "close loopholes" in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program would actually slam the door on millions of recipients, including as many as 72,000 in Arizona.